The 9th annual Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) is seeking dependable & fun volunteers!!
This year the festival is to be held October 21st through the 30th, 2005 at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) is dedicated to presenting the best Latino films made in the US, Spain, the Caribbean, and Latin America. LALIFF is spearheaded by co-founders Marlene L. Dermer, Executive Director and Programmer, and Edward James Olmos, the acclaimed actor, director, and community activist.
LALIFF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to support and promote the development and exhibition of independent and diverse visions by Latino filmmakers. In the process, LALIFF promotes awareness of the richness and diversity of Latin cultures, its artistry and countries through film, the most powerful medium in the world. LALIFF seeks to foster cultural harmony while serving as a springboard and catalyst for the promotion and distribution of Latino film.
Last year over 25,000 people attended. As our attraction grows we continue to seek more experienced volunteers with a minimum of 12 hours to give. Volunteer positions now available in the following departments include: Marketing, Promotions, Production, Print Traffic, Venue, Programming and Publicity.
Proud sponsors include Dreamworks, Latin Heat, Blockbuster, and the City of Los Angeles.
For questions and submissions, please contact Jana or Miguel at (323) 469-9066 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
~Please include: your name and phone number/email.
~Also include how you found us: ie. LATINOLA.COM
~You can also visit & register through our website at: http://www.latinofilm.org/
Thank you for your support and consideration.
Please plan on attending to help support diversity in the film industry.